OAL Approves CalPERS’ Placement Agent Disclosure Regulation / Bill Introduced To Require Ethnic And Gender Reporting By CalSTRS & CalPERS

More than a year ago, I petitioned the California Public Employees Retirement System to adopt placement agent disclosure regulations in accordance with the California Administrative Procedure Act. Last Friday, the California Office of Administrative Law approved CalPERS’ proposed regulation. The new regulation is codified at 2 CCR § 559. The regulation will take effect on filing with the California Secretary of State in accordance with Government Code § 11343.4 (the Form STD 400 was marked “effective on filing”).

For more discussion of the CalPERS’ placement agent disclosure saga, see this December 20, 2010 post.

In an unrelated development, Assemblymember Mike Davis has introduced legislation, AB 17, to require the CalPERS and CalSTRS boards of administration...

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